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Frost & Sullivan: Growing Need to Locate People and Objects in Buildings Spurs Innovations in Indoor GPS Technology

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Frost & Sullivan: Growing Need to LocateFrost & Sullivan: Growing Need to Locate People and Objects in Buildings Spurs Innovations in Indoor GPS Technology PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Feb. 11, 2014 - Industry focus is on developing a unified technology to provide seamless positioning both indoors and outdoors The need to locate humans and objects accurately in real time inside buildings is driving demand for indoor global positioning system (GPS) technology. End users across multiple segments including retail, security, marketing and gaming are adopting indoor GPS solutions for location sharing, asset tracking, emergency management, navigation, and context- aware delivery. Frost & Sullivan's new analysis, Breakthrough Innovations in Indoor GPS, expects the indoor GPS market to reach more than $3.5 million in revenue by 2018. This research includes key findings, benefits, challenges, participants, the value chain, techniques and approaches, analyst insights, key patents, innovations and applications, and the future of indoor GPS technology. For more information on this research, please email Britni Myers, Corporate Communications, at britni.myers@frost.com. The most common tools used for indoor positioning include various types of sensors and communication networks, such as Bluetooth and Wi-fi. However, these approaches lack the level of accuracy end users expect.

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Frost & Sullivan: Growing Need to Locate People and Objects in Buildings Spurs Innovations in Indoor GPS Technology

PR Newswire

- Industry focus is on developing a unified technology to provide seamless positioning both indoors and outdoors

The need to locate humans and objects accurately in real time inside buildings is driving demand for indoor global positioning system (GPS) technology. End users across multiple segments including retail, security, marketing and gaming are adopting indoor GPS solutions for location sharing, asset tracking, emergency management, navigation, and context-aware delivery.